Thread: Dealing With Bullies...
11/11/2005 8:32am, #31
Man are indian families REALLY that serious about the doctor thing?
I thought Harold and Kumar go to White Castle was a little more stylized then that.
11/11/2005 9:41am, #32
Originally Posted by FictionPimp
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And yeah man, Indian families will saw off your legs and arms and hang you if you don't make it to med school. I told my parents I wanted to join the marines a few years ago and they cussed, grounded me, you get the point.
Harold and Kumar shows the reality, to Indian parents, doctor comes first. Then love, if its there or not. I even asked my father myself, "Do you only care about my grades and nothing else?"
And he says, "Yes. You get all A's and I'll buy you anything. You get a single B and no computer, no friends, no TV, no nothing."
I was stuck studying for the SAT since the age of eleven and was banned from ever having a girlfriend because, "It will **** up your grades."
Not to mention my parents are typical bigots. My adopted older brother got 'banished' from my family for marrying an Islamic woman and changing religion to do so. My dad ripped off all his pictures and stuff, and forbid me to talk to him. Found out he had a baby with his wife just last year. There's much more about my family you wouldn't want to know.
But yeah, another reason to get to this place and away from civilization. Complete freedom, no supervision, a chance to see things a different way. I've been all over the place and I got to say, if you think you have a dysfunctional family, it's nothing compared to what most of the world in these sort of countries go through. So whatever happens, **** it. Not the end of the world. This whole doctor thing is overrated, but I'm actually interested in it. It's not about the money, its about the prestige. It's about giving your patients another chance.
And **** yeah, the money.
The way I see it, deal with the parents a few more years and you got your whole life ahead of you. And just stop worrying about everything altogether. Doesn't matter how many less oppurtunities you were given or how much **** you went through, there's no point worrying. There's this quote I live by, "Don't take life so seriously. You'll never get out alive."
Last edited by Vik; 11/11/2005 9:49am at .
11/11/2005 10:17am, #33
Originally Posted by Vik
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This is why Asian(including Indian)people are getting ahead of the American kids when it comes to job-search. The American kids are beating people up and screwing around in class, then wondering why they can't get jobs. The Asian kids are forced to study hard and they're excelling in everything. :qbluewack
11/11/2005 10:29am, #34Originally Posted by JohnnyCache"Preparing mentally, the most important thing is, if you aren't doing it for the love of it, then don't do it." - Benny Urquidez
11/11/2005 12:15pm, #35
Vik, I think the least of your problems are bullies. Your parents have issues.
11/11/2005 1:43pm, #36
Take up MMA. In other M.A. they teach you to beat the bully. In
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11/11/2005 2:07pm, #37Originally Posted by hedgehogey
11/11/2005 3:49pm, #38
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If anyone gives you grief, and talking fails, beat the **** out of them. Living your life in fear is no way to go - show them you mean business, and back it up.